Listing No: 4230457

Lot 352, Bonnington Loop, Madora Bay WA 6210

Sold: 14 Jun 2019 SOLD Save property

Sold Price: $190,000

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Land Area 594m2

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18 METRE FRONTAGE

Do a search for 594m2 blocks with an 18 metre frontage and I bet you won't get too many results. Especially this well located. So close to shopping, a number of schools and of course the magnificent local Madora Bay beach.
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WA 6210 is a land for sale by Bryan Cusick from H & N Perry. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Sold Price: $190,000.
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Madora Bay

GROWTH -11.3%
MED.PRICE $470,000
POPULATION 2,728
Madora Bay

Madora Bay is an idyllic coastal suburb within the City of Mandurah. Heralded for its relaxed and friendly ambience, Madora Bay strikes the balance of being close to the fast-paced centre of Mandurah, while still retaining its small-town feel. The original development of Madora Bay began in the 1960s following sub-division.

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About Madora Bay

Madora Bay is an idyllic coastal suburb within the City of Mandurah. Heralded for its relaxed and friendly ambience, Madora Bay strikes the balance of being close to the fast-paced centre of Mandurah, while still retaining its small-town feel. The original development of Madora Bay began in the 1960s following sub-division.

Life in Madora Bay

Madora Bay's most significant feature is its beach. Beautiful and pristine, it is an attraction for locals and tourists alike with places for walking, swimming, surfing, fishing and boating all located here. Public open spaces like parks, reserves and walking tracks add to Madora Bay's laid back environment, while recreational facilities like the Madora Bay Community Hall brings locals together, with indoor bowls, card afternoons, sewing classes, youth nights and much more held here. There is also a local deli and tavern in the area.

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